Learning ASP.NET

Learning ASP.NET
Learning ASP.NET
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 09m | 665 MB

ASP.NET boasts frameworks you can leverage to build robust web applications. In this course, Janan Siam helps you get up and running with this mature framework from Microsoft. Janan explores the framework and IDE, as well as the tools you need to manage data, build RESTful services, and establish real-time web connections. Learn how to build web applications with ASP.NET MVC, create dynamic web content with ASP.NET Web Pages and Razor syntax, work with ASP.NET SignalR, and more.

Topics include:

  • Capabilities of the ASP.NET platform
  • Running and debugging a web application
  • Creating a Web Forms application
  • Building dynamic pages with Razor syntax
  • Working with models and forms in ASP.NET MVC
  • Data access with Entity Framework
  • Building RESTful services using ASP.NET Web API
  • Real-time web functionality with SignalR
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Introducing the ASP.NET framework
2 What you should know
3 Sample application introduction
4 Using the exercise files for this course

Get Started with ASP.NET Development
5 Explore the ASP.NET platform
6 Web application framework overview
7 Visual Studio basics
8 Run and debug a web application

Build Dynamic Websites with ASP.NET Web Forms
9 Introduction to Web Forms
10 Create a Web Forms application
11 Explore server controls and events
12 Understand state management

Programming with ASP.NET Web Pages
13 Introduction to Web Pages
14 Build dynamic pages with Razor syntax
15 Create a consistent UI with layouts

Build Web Applications with ASP.NET MVC
16 The Model-View-Controller MVC pattern
17 Sample web application setup
18 Implement controllers and views
19 Work with models and forms

Work with Data
20 Introduction to data access technologies
21 Entity Framework design approaches
22 Data access with Entity Framework
23 Querying data with LINQ

Create RESTful Services with Web API
24 Get started with ASP.NET Web API
25 Web API with Ajax
26 Consume a web API from a client

Real-Time Web Functionality with SignalR
27 Introduction to ASP.NET SignalR

Conclusion
28 Next steps